The Golden Triangle Regional Homeless Coalition didn't plan a celebration to mark its fifth anniversary. Even so, it got a big present Tuesday, even bigger than organizers had imagined.
Lowndes County School District School Board voted in executive session Monday night to uphold the transfers of three Caledonia High School teachers to the New Hope campus.
An Air Force major stationed at Columbus Air Force Base died Friday on a cruise ship owned by Princess Cruises in the Caribbean.
Mayor Robert Smith cast the deciding vote Tuesday evening to send himself and four firefighters on a trip to Atlanta that will cost the city more than $9,000.
With photographs of bullet holes in his deer stand in-hand, Mike Lavender spoke to the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors Monday morning about patrons of a privately owned shooting range firing bullets on his property.
Longtime Columbus-Lowndes Convention and Visitors Bureau trustee DeWitt Hicks is stepping down as board chairman at the end of this month.
Laughs and hollers echoed through Camp Rising Sun on Thursday as campers played in the river, made arts and crafts and danced the night away.
Margaret Rollins is happy to report that her 2-1/2-year-old daughter Adeline now weighs two pounds more than her 4-year-old son.
When Delta Airlines announced in February it was adding another round-trip flight to Golden Triangle Regional Airport in Lowndes County, it was more than just a fourth daily flight.
To Gwen King, the addition of a new fire truck to Lowndes County Fire District 4's modest fleet is a sign of a slowly-improving district.
For months now, 100 Women Who Care Columbus has been answering the questions typically associated with establishing a new organization. Now, with its first Impact Award selection set for Tuesday evening, only one question remains: What local service organization will take home the $12,500 grant?
Will Pate had to look at the quilt on display in Camp Rising Sun's mess hall to make sure he recalled the correct year he started attending the camp.
There was never any doubt for Amy Moore that she would live her life singing on stage.
Investigators are asking the public's help identifying three people who broke into a car in the Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle parking lot last month.
Columbus and Lowndes County workers have begun laying the groundwork for a new building to replace the Sim Scott Community Center, which was destroyed during a Feb. 23 tornado that caused $9.3 million in damages to public property.
At the 75th anniversary celebration of the D-Day landings in Colleville-sur-Mer, France, the world watched as 170 World War II veterans were honored by world leaders at a ceremony on the edge of Omaha Beach.
Three juveniles have turned themselves in to Columbus Police Department after allegedly shoplifting more than $1,500 worth of items from Dick's Sporting Goods.
Aurora Health and Rehabilitation, a nursing home in East Columbus, is considered one of the lowest-rated nursing homes in the state, according to a report released by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid.
Columbus High School 2019 graduate Marian Turner hasn't made a B in class since elementary school. Her academic dreams and goals wouldn't allow it.
Candidates for chancery clerk, District 1 supervisor, District 17 state senator and District 1 justice court judge in Lowndes County touted their years of job experience, business ownership and community involvement as reasons why they would make the best public servants at a candidates forum at the Caledonia Community Center Thursday night.
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